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Armenia’s economy has undergone a profound transformation since independence. However, the global financial crisis has impacted the economy significantly. Improvements in living conditions witnessed in the country before the 2009 global financial crisis have since receded, resulting in increased inequality and more instances of people falling below the poverty line. In post-crisis Armenia, improvements in living conditions have remained slow (World Bank, 2020).

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